While COVID-19 may have TVRM closed to the public, that hasn’t stopped them from continuing with other projects. One such project is a state-funded project to help build new storage tracks at Alli... (more)
The flagship train of the Tennessee Valley Railroad's Missionary Ridge train #100 is seen crossing the South Chickamauga Creek, as the three car consist is being lead eastbound by one of the Museu... (more)
A flashback to warmer days! My first Visit to Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum boasted 4501 running local trips for the day. But still an impressive engine to see!
TVRM 1829, formerly USAX 1829, sits on the western end of the TVRM by their 1950's decorated station. 1829 was built in 8/1951. Later it will head over to the Grand Junction Station for the first... (more)
Southern 4501 leads TVRM 325, the Autumn Leaf Special, through the woods of Northwest Georgia as the Fall colors are on display for the passengers on board.
Over the creek & through the woods
NC&StL 710 leads a charter trip of the Chickamauga Turn past the Belt Line Hill as it returns with the 9 car train to home rails on a rainy Halloween Eve.
Numerous pieces of equipment sit at the TVRM's Grand Junction Station near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Closest to us is TVRM 5288, a 4-6-2 built in 1918 by Montreal Locomotive Works. It served on the ... (more)
TVRM 325 speeds north as the rain refuses to let up, putting on a good show track side but making it a challenge for the more than capable engineer Frank Welsh.
Still in its L&N disguise, Southern Railway 4501 charges out of the wye at TVRM's Grand Junction Station.
Still wearing its L&N disguise, Southern Railway 4501 prepares to wye the Missionary Ridge local at the TVRM Grand Junction Station.
TAG 80 waits in the clear on the west leg of the wye at Grand Junction while switching moves continue.
The 9:30 edition of the local returns to Grand Junction as L&N 2728, the Cross Keys Tavern, sits in the display yard.
Southern 4501 (disguised as L&N #1593) powers a ten-car excursion run to Chickamauga, Georgia, for the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Historical Society. The train is rambling along the outskirt... (more)